lewis at pcc.com
Mon Jun 21 17:52:31 UTC 2004
That was what I tried in the first place.
/home/user/.gconf/apps/gnome-terminal/keybindings/%gconf.xml was the
file that was changed, but I do not find a similar file on the
/etc/gconf/ structure. Also there are several files that might be the
one, but their contents does not match the syntax in the users updated
So I'm still looking.
On Jun 21, 2004, at 1:06 PM, Julius Szelagiewicz wrote:
>> I've searched the list for this and found a similar question asked
>> in April. But with no responses.
>> I am using gnome-terminal to access a product via telnet. It works
>> a charm, except that F1 pulls up the Gnome Help option. I know I can
>> have users adjust their keybindings to fix this, but I want to change
>> the default to gnome-terminal.
>> From what I have been reading I should be able to set this by editing
>> /etc/gconf/apps/gnome-terminal/keybindings/%gconf.xml, however that
>> does not appear to have solved my problems.
>> Other file perhaps?
> Edit -> KeyboardShortcuts, scrroll to the last line, space bar
> disables F1
> = help. Check which file got changed ;-)
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